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Alcohol a Factor in 33% of Fatal Crashes on US-76 in South Carolina

A car accident lawyer in Lexington, SC discusses the dangers of drunk driving By now, you've probably heard of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's public safety campaign Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. This highly visible awareness program highlights the dangers of drunk driving, which is something that has been publicized for years. Yet despite...

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Thirteen vehicles involved in I-20 highway accident near Columbia, SC

Accident attorneys explain what you need to know to stay safe on the road Several people were recently injured in a 13-vehicle accident during the morning rush hour on Interstate 20 near Columbia, South Carolina, according to The State. The recent highway accident illustrates just how dangerous highways can be for many motorists, according to...

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New study says crash test standards favor men

Even a dummy knows the bodies of men and women are different. Yet the government relies on decades-old standards when assessing the safety of motor vehicles – to the great detriment of women. Here's what drivers in South Carolina should know. Dummies in charge? Researchers at the University of Virginia have published some alarming statistics...

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What makes distracted driving so dangerous?

There are many drivers who simply can't resist the urge to pick up their cellphones. Some are willing to risk causing a crash over a buzz or ring notification. Others regularly text, browse the web and use social media while driving. The problem has grown substantially worse during the COVID-19 pandemic. Roughly 57 percent of...

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How poor visibility and speeding can increase the risk of a nighttime accident

Driving at night is something that many drivers find nerve-racking, no matter how long they have been driving. The majority of decisions drivers make are based on what they see. Drivers must use extra caution when driving at night because the darkness significantly reduces visibility. This makes it difficult to read signs, anticipate changes in...

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